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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 June 1897

e >c RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m santa fe. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:46 p m Leaves 4:10 pm Arrives 7:10 pm LOCAL NOTES. Eld. D. A. Russell is able to be out after a three-week's siege of slow fever. Ice cream and at all hours at J. sherbet served H. Lloyd's. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kirk have moved to W. H. B. Holmes' place on East Market street-. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes remain as boarders. A pleasant time is assured to all who attend the musicale to- night. Rev. R. A. Gay, of Wolfe City, preached at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night. If one scene on the Vitascope is not worth the price of admiss- ion money will be refunded. The Signal is pleased to learn of the rapid recovery of Grandma Saylor, who has been very sick for the past month. Negligee Shirts—goo...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 4 June 1897

ART, _ i.. , , I >. Said, life iij art, "I love thee best Not when I find in tliee My very face and form expressed With dull fidelity, "But when in thee my craving eyes Behold continually*' The myate-y of my memories And all I long to be." —Charles G. D. Roberts in Century. LOYE WINS THE DAT. The butler's new boy was serving his first dinner. He stood behind the chair of the young Countess Lida, handing her the dish with the as- paragus from the right instead of the left side. She gave him a dis- dainful glance oyer her shoulder. He was a helpless, overgrown lad. His big hands, clumsier than they were naturally in the white cotton gloves, clung like grim death to the fine, gold bordered dish, and his round, moon face was red and hot and covered with fine beads of per- spiration. When the countess saw the embarrassment of the young- ster, she relented. The butler's boy made her laugh. "Excuse him, countess," implored old Marlot, the butler. "It's my nephew's first experience. He w...

Publication Title: Honey Grove Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 June 1897

* mmm IT II I' iW COMMERCI0L- V ^ A n|=PR I JNi TIN G ^ OF ALL KINDS -AT THE ICE. HONEY GROVE JACK, WHO SEWS HIS BUTTONS ON. Jack, who sews liis buttons on, Lives on the toppest floor, An every day before he's gone We raps upon his door. He hollers loud, "Come right in, kids!" An laughs an says, "Take off your lids!" Ma says that's slang, but me an Don Likes Jack, who sews his buttons on. Sometimes, to please us two, he plays His yaller violin, An, say, his eyes jest seem to blaze— I hoi my breath nght in An seem to be a-floatin roun In some bright place above the groun, A-driftin way from little Don With Jack, wlo sews his buttons on. He does the awful queerest things. He sleeps all day, nen goes An writes about the folks what sings An plays in actor shows. He smokes a skull pipe, an his hair Is always nmssed, an he don't care How much we pull it, me an Don— Ole Jack, who sews his buttons on. Ma says that he has sowed wild wheat An's a prodigious son, But wunst a lady, dressed so s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 June 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- ?lass mail matter. Office of Publication oyer Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTIONt One Year $1 00 Six Mouths 60 Three Months 35 strictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. T. P. Gibbons has been con- firmed as postmaster at Paris— a feather in Dr. Grant's cap. Farmers are raising immense crops this year, and next year the politicians will raise the "hot stuff." The officers of the supreme lodge of Knights of Honor are holding their annual convention in Saint Louis this week. After one of the hottest mayor- alty contests in its history, Mayor Fly was re-elected to that office in Galveston last Monday. No, Birdie, Mr. Watterson is not a pugilist. He is punching the bag, it is true, but he thinks it is Grover Cleveland.—Com- mercial Appeal. I am glad to note the fact that the two papers at Ladonia have consolidated, and hereafter one paper will be issued as the La- donia News and Com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 June 1897

r y RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m santa fe. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45 am Arrives 12:46 p m Leaves 4:10 p m Arrives 7:10pm Uncle Joe says they him worse 'n a dog. treated /fe==i See M. C. Mhoon & Co. for new and second-hand furniture. POINTS WORTH REMEMBER- ING ABOUT YOUR EYES. Miss Mamie Nash, of Paris, is visiting in the city this week the guest of Miss Lou Shaw. All Linen Brown Skirts, only $1.50, ready made, at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. Do not use protecting glasses a- gainst strong light, except you are un- able to evade the strong light entirely; it is much better to evade the strong light; if, however, you must use pro- tecting glasses, do not use green,.blue or yellow glasses, but use glasses call- ed Smoked glasses, and make it a rule to use the Ligltest smoked glasses tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 11 June 1897

THE TRAINED NURSE, Mi*'mm* A Protest Against tier SUfjefhuman Self Poise In the Sickroom. A medical writer who asserts that in 20 years there will be no physi- cians, hut only surgeons and nurses, maintains that the only advance that has been made in the practice of medicine in this century is the institution of the trained nurse. This is hard on the general practi tioners, especially when it is consid ered that they did not voluntarily but quite reluctantly, open the sick room to the trained nurse, Who is the discovery or invention of benev olent women with a mania for col lecting funds and a passion for pa tronizing semipublic schools. Even as to the trained nurse there are two points of view. In cases of severe and critical sickness and in households where there is no order liness and no rational self restraint the awful presence of this young woman is obviously necessary if the patient is to have a chance for his life. In other cases the patient, if a man, has a fierce desire to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 June 1897

m ► COMMERCIAL- IJMTING — 1 OF ALL KINDS -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday June 18, 1897, NO. 16 ALL JOB CVPRINTING'XD _i_NEATLY DONE -AT THE GRANT'S FIRST PLOWING. The State Advisaory Board is Handl- ed as "Bands of Political Marauders and White- caps." From the Dallas News. For some time past I have been intensly concerned, and I might say grieved, to note an evident tendency on the part of some of those found within our own polit- ical lines to sow the seed of con- fusion and disintegration in our party in Texas. For several years many of us, having conceived the idea that through the medium of organization alone could we hope to accomplish anything, have been devouting our time and ef- fort toward that end. With what . result the entire country kpows. No greater avidity, nor ^more pronounced and cordial concur- rence on the part of most of the members of our own party, as well as many of those who have heretofore been affiliating with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 June 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as seeond- llass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Officer. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 strictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK, June 21 is Centennial. Texas day at the Red River is reported to be on a boom with prospects for overflow. an Stewart L. "Woodford has been appointed minister to Spain, suc- ceeding Hannis Taylor. Princeton college has conferred the honorable degree of L. L. D' upon ex-President Cleveland. The negroes will to-morrow, 19th, celebrate Emancipation Day, in many places in Texas. Two deaths from heat prostra- | tion in Chicago last Wednesday, and on the same day three inches of snow fell at Soda Springs in Southwestern Idaho. Dr. Foster R. Winn, of Sher- man, Texas, whose death was re ported from Cuba, where he had joined the insurgent forces, is now reported to have recently landed in New York with import- ant dispa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 June 1897

\ > RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:46 p m Leaves 4:10 p m Arrives 7:10pm POINTS WORTH REMEMBER- ING ABOUT YOUR EYES. Do not use protecting glasses a- gainst strong light,except you are un- able to evade the strong light entirely; it is much better to evade the strong light; if, however, you must use pro- tecting glasses, do not use green, blue or yellow glasses, but use glasses call- ed Smoked glasses, and make it a rule to use the Ligltest smoked glasses that will be convenient, and have their magnifying power as weak as possible to wear easy—avoiding at all times the cupped, (concavo-convex) glasses, which are especially injurious to the eye. Do not be persuaded by an optician to wear so-called tinted glasses, the most common tints worn b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 18 June 1897

CL'CKIN OB DE REEL. I'ze hear'd de bullfrog bellow, Do fatty possum squeal, But dat's no music like unto Da clickin ob de reel. I'ze hear'd de locus' singin, De killdeer's noisy peal, But dat don't wake de heart up Like de clickin ob de reel. I'ze hear'd de farm bell riiigin De call fer flel'han's meal, But dat don't have no 'traction Like de clickin ob de reel. I'ze hear'd de foxhoun barkin- He'd scent de rabbits' heel— But dat wer' mighty dullness 'Gi,n de clickin ob de reel. Is yer eber bin a-boatin In de ship widout de keel En seen de rod a-bendin To do clickin ob.de reel? Do t'row dey call de "castin," En when dey stride ye's feel De line she go a-sizzin To de clickin ob de reel. Ye begin ter wind 'or in den Wid all ye's nigga zeal, Fer ye's likely cotch'd a bas' Wid de clickin ob de reel. From ebery nook en corner Natur's mel'dies roun me steal, But non' ob dem am in it Wid de clickin ob de reel. —Washington Star THE PANAMA HAT. Pretty Mrs. Cloverdale had put her foot down. It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 June 1897

COMMERCIAL- r' PRINTING OF ALL KINDS -at the ICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday June 25, 1897, NO. 17 OUT OF A PARTY OF FOUR WHO WERE BATHING BY MOONLIGHT IN A PAS- TURE POOL. One Man and Two Ladies Were the Victims in This Tragedy of the Night, Which Only the Heav- ens Witnessed. Mother's Repeated Premonition. AN INVITATION TO GROVER, From Uncle Joe's trict.' 'Squirrel Dees- Greenville, Hunt Co., Texas, June 17.—At an early hour this morning the news was brought to the city that T. H. King, cashier of the First National bank, and Miss Kate Austin, of this city, and Miss Ida Scheneck, of Sherman, had been drowned during the night in a pool on Mr. King's ranch, six miles northeast of town. The news was brought by Fred Norsworthy, bookkeeper of the bank, who had been with them at the time of the sad occurrence. This was between 12 and 1 o'clock this morning. Help went at once to the pool and Miss -Austin was floating on the surface and was brought to the shore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 June 1897

Signal Publishing Go., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- 3lass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $1 00 Six Months 60 Three Months 35 strictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. Abilene, Texas, has adopted a curfew ordinance. Prosperity has struck the fields and gardens of Fannin county. 'Mancipation day and water- melons struck Honey Grove sim- ultaneously. "From Havana to Honolulu" will sound more euphonious and far-reaching than "From Kissi- mee to Omaha." The legislature passed one act that meets the approval of all people; that was to adjourn on the 19th inst. A move is on foot to erect a monument at the grave of Nancy Hanks, Lincoln's mother, in Spencer county, Indiana. E. A. Lowrey, proprietor of the racket store at Farmersville, has made an assignment. Liabilities $5,000. Assets about $2,5000. Capt. Boycott died recently in London. He became famous through being the first man su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 June 1897

4. I RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. texas and pacific. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m banta fe. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:46 p m Leaves 4:00 p m Arrives 7:10pm LOCAL NOTES. Sunday school picnic at Aliens Point to-morrow. Dr. H. Taylor makes a fair offer. He guarantees a cure. Marriages in Honey Grove this week—nit. Hurd's and Crane's fine sta- tionery at Scherer & Murray's. Rev. J. E. Vinson being sick last Sunday there was no preach- ing at the Methodist church. Silk Steel Rod Umbrellas, from $1 to $2.50, very cheap, at Wil- liamson, Blocker & Co's. A handful of sea salt in your bath will make you feel fine. See Scherer A Murray and get some. For Sale—An interest in a good paying business. For furth- er information address this office. Some of our citizens are again fishing in Bois d'Arc this week, but they didn't leav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 25 June 1897

WHEN THE REGIMENT PASSED. There was din in tlie strut, there was rushing of feet, A.t the hum and the thrum of a faraway drum, Every eye in the town watched a read wind ing down By meadows of ripening, yellowing wheat. Every being was filled with the beat that had thrilled And whirred as it stirred like the wings of a bird Through the sunny air clear, growing near and more near, Till all other sound in creation wis stilled! Then swift came the gleam of a mountain side stream Which quivered and grew like the stars, like tho dew, Like the sun's darting glaHce where little waves dance, Like a glittering river that wound from a dream. Oh, it broadened and spread till a vibrating tread In unison beat through the dust to our feet! Oh, it drew every hue, from the heavens' calm blue To the poppies' red blood through the wheat- field shed! Then a plume floated white, and they broke on our sight. With a bugle note clear, they drew near and a cheer Burst from us; then dumb at the roll of the d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 July 1897

COMMERCIAL --♦3=PR I ]Ni TIN G of all kinds -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas®^Friday July 2, 1897, NO. 18 HEW SCHOOL LAW. TEXT OF THE NEW LAW RE- LATING TO THE EXPEN- DITURES OF SCHOOL FUNDS One of the Most Important School Measures Passed in Recent Years. It Will Fspecially Interest all Superintendents, Trustees and School Treasurers. Austin, Texas, June 25.—The act in regard to the expenditures of school funds approved by the governor on last Thursday is deemed by the department of ed- ucation one of the most import- ant school measures passed in recent years. All superintend- ents, trustees and school treasur- ers will be especially interested in this new law. The act is giv- en in full below: An act to regulate and limit the expenditures of state, county, and local school funds and reg- ulate treasurers' reports there- of : Section 1. Be it enacted by the legislature of the State of Texas: That public school funds hereafter shall not be expe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 July 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publish'rs J. H. Lowry, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- llass mail matter. Office of Publication oyer Post-Office. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year $1 00 Six Months Three Months.. strictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK, Two Ohio young ladies were killed by lightning a few days since and the learned ones say that the lightning was attracted by the stays in their corsets. People have long known that the stays of a corset are very attract- ive. Dr. U. M. Browder, who ran against Bailey for congress here three years ago is now a citizen of Indiana and has been nomi- nated by the Populists for con- gress, to fill out the vacancy oc- casioned by the death of Judge Holman. At 5 o'clock last Tuesday even ing Deputy Sheriff Frank Bark- man shot and killed Deputy City Marshal O. D. Peery in the 16 to 1 saloon, on the Texas side, in Texarkana. Peery was the only witness against Barkman for kill- ing Pink Damon, of Fort Worth, a short time ago...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 July 1897

; a RAILWAY TIME-TABLES. TEXAS AND PACIFIC. No. 34, Eastbound Cannon Ball leaves. 9:08 a m No. 32, Eastbound Express leaves 3:16 p m No. 31, Westbound Express leaves 12:42 pm No. 33, Westbound Cannon Ball leaves 6:49 p m SANTA FE. (Daily except Sunday.) Leaves 8:45am Arrives 12:15 p m Leaves 4:30 p m Arrives 6:58 p m LOCAL NOTES. Two days till the glorious fo'th, when ' 'If all the boys in the world should stand With a bunch of crackers in each hand, And fire them off when the clock struck three, . When a splendid banging noise there 'd be 111 —But it comes on Sunday. A fine girl baby at Dr. M. E. Daniel's since Saturday morning last. Ladies Green Oxfords, also Ox Bloods in all styles at Williamson, Blocker & Co's. Eld. D. A. Russell has been granted a two-months leave of absence by his congregation, and expects to leave in about ten days for California on a visit to rela- tives. Hurd's and Crane's fine sta- tionery at Scherer & Murray's. Mrs. M. Z. Williams' summer class of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 2 July 1897

TO MY PIPE. Oh, I love the merry gurgle of my pipe, Brier pipe, When the flavor of the weed within is ripe I What a lullaby it purls As the smoke around me curls, Mounting slowly higher, higher, As I dream before the Are, With a flavor in my mouth Like a zephyr from the south., And my favorite tobacco By my side, Near my side, With the soothing necromancy Sweetly linking fact to fancy In a golden memory chain, To the gurgle, sweet refrain, Of my pipe, brier pipe, To the fancy breeding gurgle of my pipe! Oh, what subtle satisfaction in my pipe, Brier pipe! Nothing mundane can impart Such contentment to my heart. She's my idol, she's my queen, Is my Lady Nicotine. When in trouble, how I yearn For the incense which I burn At her shrine! How I pine For the fragrance of her breath! Bobbed of terror e'en is death By her harmless hypnotism. Healed is every mortal schism. Foe and friend Sweetly blend1 At the burning of the brier. « Greed, cupidity, desire Fade away within the smoke, In the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 July 1897

!H5BB3BHSS£ COMMERCIAL r NPRIN TIN 0 ^ - OF ALL KINDS -at the- SIGNAL OFFICE. HONEY GROVE SIGNAL. VOL. 7. Honey Grove, Texas, Friday July 9, 1897, NO. 19 LAY OF THE TEXAS HEN. We have read of Maud, on a summer day: Who raked, bare-footed, the new- mown hay? We have read of the maid in the early morn, Who milked the cow with the crump- led horn; We've re^ad the lays that the poets sing, Of the rustling corn and the flowers of spring, But of all the lays of tongue or pen, There's naught like the lay of the Tex- as hen. Long, long before Maud rakes her hay The Texas hen begins her lay, And ere the milkmaid stirs a peg, The hen is up and has dropped her egg. The corn must rustle and the flowers spring, If they'd hold their own with the barn yard ring. If Maud is needing a hat or gown, She doesn't hustle her hay to town She goes to the store and obtains her suit, For a basket full of fresh hen fruit. If the milkmaid's beau makes a Sun- dry call, She doesn't feed him on milk at all, But s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Honey Grove Signal — 9 July 1897

Signal Publishing Co., Publishes J. H. LowRY, - - - Editor. Entered at Honey Grove Postoffice as second- llass mail matter. Office of Publication over Post-Office. SUBSCRIF'FIONi One Year $1 00 8ix Months 60 Three Months 35 8tkictly in advance. PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK, Texas wheat crop of this year is estimated at 4,500,000 bushels, the largest in the history of the state. The fourth of July season was inaugurated at Leadville,Colora do, Saturday by a severe snow storm. Senator Harris, of Tennessee, is lying at the point of death in Washington. He cannot live many days. One of the Boies has deserted the free silver doctrine, but lots of the boys have deserted the gold standard. Crops are reported fine in Western Texas, and cattle are . doing well. The country has been blessed with good rains. Twenty-three men have met death by jumping from the Brooklyn bridge. The twenty- third victim made his jump Sun- day* ___ The town of Prescott, Ark., near Texarkana, suffered from a terri...

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